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'The Family Circus' Becomes Latest Comic Strip to Get Movie Adaptation

A couple days ago, Heathcliff was being prepped to make the jump from comic strip to the big screen. Now 20th Century Fox and Walden Media are prepping an adaptation of The Family Circus for a jump to the movie world.

According to Variety, The Game Plan writers Nichole Millard and Kathryn Price have been hired to write a script for the project which has actually been in development since 2010.

It seems comic strips are experiencing another boon which can only lead us to wonder what other comic strips might end up on the big screen? Are there any favorites that you'd like to see make the transition? 

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